The “Fix PUBG” campaign will address long-term complaints about game performance and players cheating on new patches and tweaks, says PUBG Corporation.
The PlayerUnknown’s battlefield on Tuesday launched a new campaign that has nothing to do with maps, weapons or character skins. Instead, it is important to clean up the game’s software problem.
The campaign is simply called “Fix PUBG”, which aims to address long-term complaints about game performance and player cheating, according to the developer PUBG Corporation. [1
9659006] “” Fix the game. “This is a phrase we have heard very recently,” says the developer in the announcement, and notes that the title of the multiplayer online has “grown exponentially” after it was launched a year ago.
“We” I’ve been so lucky to have millions of incredibly passionate players like you, but we have not always been able to meet your expectations. It’s easy that the game still has many unresolved issues, “says the developer.
As a result, PUBG Corporation will spend the next three months, thanks to the software problems and other performance issues in the game through the new “Fix PUBG” campaign. The same day, the developer rolled out a new patch containing some improvements that the players have demanded, for example, bullets can now break through subjects.
PUBG Corporation has also launched a dedicated website designed to document all future corrections. Focus areas are to improve game performance to prevent sudden frame rate droplets and new systems to better detect and prohibit bluffs.
PCMag’s review of PUBG rated the “Excellent” game for its impressive graphics and the popular battle royale game mode, where 100 players can fight it in one last man’s death match. But we also noticed that the game led its part of the bugs. “PUBG is still rough around the edges, but it will be very right as a game. I see no reason that it will not continue to grow if it’s not possible to keep the game fresh, “says Junior Analyst Ben Moore.